How would you like to win the gold medal in every game you play in life? It’s not impossible! In this inspirational talk, Bob Litwin will show you how this can be and has been done many times. The basic principle is one taught in various form throughout the millennia: pay close attention to your thinking, and change your old counterproductive stories to new stories of yes, can do, will win that reflect your new goals. Bob will elaborate and provide implementation tips, a few key ones briefly noted here. Write down the old and new stories, and frequently re-read and revise them. Despite skepticism, maintain a belief you can achieve your new story. Redefine winning, such as turning the new story from specific results that may be overwhelming (winning an Olympic gold medal) to achievable results (improving your performance). Become aware of the inner judge that tears you down, and focus on the inner angel that builds you up. Silence distracting thoughts of failure or shame in the past and future by truly listening to what sounds you hear right now. Come and learn how to win the gold medal every day of your life! More information: www.boblitwin.com
Presenter Bob Litwin is a world champion tennis player and an acclaimed sports and business counselor, using techniques based on re-writing old self-defeating stories into new uplifting stories. Using these philosophies, he has turned his personal life, his competitive tennis life, and his business life from dissatisfaction to happiness, from mediocrity to success. From being told by doctors he would never compete again at age 62 to returning to the #1 National ranking. From being a local club tennis coach to advising the world’s preeminent athletes and business moguls. He helps people from all businesses and walks of life to reach new heart-felt goals. He has published a best- selling book Live the Best Story of Your Life: A World Champion’s Guide to Lasting Change, available at https://www.amazon.com/Live-Best-Story-Your-Life/dp/1578266327. He writes blogs reflecting on tennis matches and their life lessons that can be found at http://www.boblitwin.com/blog/.